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Fraser tartan with arms and motto ‘Je Suis Pret’.
Fashions for the Bride of June.
A Merchant in 1640 and a Merchant’s Wife.
Ball dresses from 1813.
Wedding and Trousseau dresses for Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife, married to Prince Arthur of Connaught.
The Repository: October 1815
Margaine-Lacroix: Sous le clair soliel: Sun dresses after the revolutionary Parisian designer.
MacDonald tartan with arms and motto ‘Per Mare Per Terras’.
Eminent Citizens in 1640: Mayor & Mayoress.
Dresses for the Royal entourage of Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fie who married Prince Arthur of Connaught.
(By the light of the moon I haven’t means to light it) referencing the popular children’s song. After Rene Vincent.
The Repository: October 1811